New book release: ‘Mrs. Rochester’s Ghost’ by Lindsay Marcott

‘Mrs. Rochester’s Ghost’ is the new thriller by Lindsay Marcott. Photo: google

Lindsay Marcott is the Amazon bestseller-rated author of “Mrs. Rochester’s Ghost” and “The Producer’s Daughter” as well as six previous novels written as Lindsay Maracotta. Her books have been translated into eleven languages and adapted for several cable movies. She also wrote for the Emmy-nominated HBO series The Hitchhiker and coproduced a number of films, including Hallmark’s The Hollywood Moms Mystery (based on her Fabulously Dead mystery series) and the feature Breaking at the Edge. Before writing novels, she held down a variety of jobs ranging from screenwriter to magazine contributor to waitress in a grunge bar — all of which supplied rich material for her future fiction. Her new novel, “Mrs. Rochester’s Ghost,” is a modern and twisty retelling of Jane Eyre about a young woman who must question everything she knows about love, loyalty, and murder. (amazon, 2021)

“Mrs. Rochester’s Ghost” – Jane has lost everything: job, mother, relationship, even her home. A friend calls to offer an unusual deal―a cottage above the crashing surf of Big Sur on the estate of his employer, Evan Rochester. In return, Jane will tutor his teenage daughter. She accepts. But nothing is quite as it seems at the Rochester estate. Though he has been accused of murdering his glamorous and troubled wife, Evan Rochester insists she drowned herself. Jane is skeptical, but she still finds herself falling for the brilliant and secretive entrepreneur and growing close to his daughter. And yet her deepening feelings for Evan cannot disguise dark suspicions that arouse when a ghostly presence repeatedly appears in the night’s mist and fog. Jane embarks on an intense search for answers and uncovers evidence that soon puts Evan’s innocence into question. She is determined to discover what really happened that fateful night, but what will the truth cost her?


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